Stephen Hall

March 4, 2016

When Fighting Sticks Meet – Noongar Sovereignty and the Queen

Indigenous sovereignty often asserts itself through practices of resistance and recognition. While settler colonial governments have come to offer increasing recognition of indigenous sovereignty by way of things such as […]
November 17, 2015
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Peddling fear and reflex reactions to terrorism are inherently self-defeating

People who react to the Paris terrorist acts by peddling fear and urging a halt on Syrian refugees coming to Australia have got it badly wrong.  The fundamental problem with […]
October 15, 2015
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Noongar Recognition Bill proceeds in WA Parliament

The Noongar (Koorah, Nitja, Boordahwan) (Past, Present, Future) Recognition Bill is an important component of the Native Title settlement package that has been negotiated between the WA State Government and the South West […]
July 23, 2015
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Celebrate Ageing in the Church

Google search “Ageing Church Congregations” and see what you get.  I just tried and got lots of articles about the problem of ageing congreagtions and generally discussed in terms of […]